In a similar vein to sarah's 5 faves, this week I'll be showing off some of my favorite ZBrush commands. These commands are useful to my daily workflow in ZBrush, and are in no particular order 1. Polygroup: Autogroup This handy feature helps isolate multiple parts of your model, using an algorithm that groups fused parts and floating parts separately. It's great when working with CT scan data that contains millions of triangles internal/external noise that you may want to q
image (above) courtesy of M3D website , click image for link After over 100 hours of extensive experimentation, this is my complete review of M3D's adorable and compact 3D printer. But first things first... Printer Specs: Supported Materials: ABS, PLA, nylon, professional, chameleon Filament: standard 1.75mm. 1/2lb rolls fit within print bed and allow you to try a variety of materials and colors. Standard filament rolls also supported.
Layer Resolution: 50-350 micron
Sarah and I had a lengthy discussion that my spirit animal would be a golden retriever, but I'd much rather it be Jiji from Kiki's Delivery Service. In true copycat fashion (see what I did there?), here are 20 random questions with equally random yet truthful responses. 1) What things are you passionate about? Well that seems like a rather staged question doesn't it? Well I would have to say (in no particular order): animals, science-fiction stories, snowboarding, Utah, 3D
A little insight into just what 1/2 of TheLaserGirls is all about. This post will go through some of my personal interests as well as catalogue a bit of my history before Sarah and I ended up getting to where we are now. I'll try to keep it as interesting and short-winded as possible. Nausicaa, from the manga "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind" by Hayao Miyazaki 2004 - Mitaka, Japan It all started here. Well, I wasn't born there or anything, but the beginning of what I w